Dr Andrew Bourbon
BMus Music (University of Birmingham), PgCert Education (Birmingham City University), PhD Music Composition (University of Birmingham).
Role in team
|James Bell||Second supervisor||The digital audio workstation as a mediator of the electronic music production process.|
|Jose Cubides Gutierrez||Principal supervisor||Development of Compositional Methods Based on Sound/Noise as a Public/Private expression.|
|Michail Exarchos||Principal supervisor||Development of Compositional Methods Based on Sound/Noise as a Public/Private expression.|
|Yongju Lee||Second supervisor||How can Actor-Network-Theory and Ecological Approach to Perception be used to analyse creative mixing practice?|
|Jo Lord||Principal supervisor||3D Audio for Music: Ecological perception, embodied cognition and applied technique.|
|Charley Mackley||Principal supervisor||What impact are sound design technologies having within the live medium of theatre?|
|Christos Moralis||Principal supervisor||Live Popular Electronic Music - 'Performable Recordings'|
|Tyrian Purple||Second supervisor||In what ways have guitar players’ tools come to shape the playing style, compositional approach, and recording methodology of noise rock music from the 1970s to the present?|
Completed Research Degrees
|Student||Role in team||Thesis title||Date of award|
|Anthony Meynell||Principal supervisor||
How recording studios used technology to invoke the psychedelic experience: The difference in staging techniques in British and American recordings in the late 1960s.